Sign In


Recent Searches

Japanese Sentences with English Translations - Sentences [������]

Search by Japanese


Search by English Meaning

Let's take advantage of the 'exemption' controversy to reconsider the way we work.
It's obvious but the connection between people is "words". It is by those words that thoughts are shared and arguments carried out.
Although an increase of unmarried mothers is needed in order to escape the declining birth rate for some reason public opinion in Japan is avoiding this argument.
The question "Do records of shougi games have copyright?" has been discussed in many places.
Argument continues about the "White collar exemption" that exempts specific white collar workers from the "8 hours in 1 day, 40 hours a week," working hours fixed by the Labour Standards Act.
In my social studies class, for example, there are often discussions that include the teacher as another member of the group.
As for the theoretical side, Peterson's claim is pertinent to our discussion.
She rebutted his argument.
She is always ready to meet him halfway when she has an argument with him.
Her argument was founded on fact.
She argues for the sake of arguing.
She argues just for the sake of arguing.
She always looks like she's half-asleep, but once she gets into an argument, she really goes to town.
Her argument was not built on facts.
Her argument was not based on facts.
It is no use arguing with her.
It is no use arguing with her.
They discuss the matter every day.
They seemed to be discussing a matter of great importance.
They spent hours in argument about the future of Japan.

This site uses the EDICT and KANJIDIC dictionary files. These files are the property of the Electronic Dictionary Research and Development Group, and are used in conformance with the Group's licence.